Paulo Barbosa de Freitas

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Exceptional coordination of grip (G; the normal force that prevents slippage of the grasped object) and load force (L; the tangential force originating from the object's weight and inertia) has been interpreted as a part of evidence that both the anatomy and neural control of human hands have been predominantly designed for manipulation tasks. In the(More)
Besides difficulties in mastering literacy, dyslexic children also show poor postural control that might be related to how sensory cues coming from different sensory channels are integrated and trigger proper motor activity. The purpose of this study was to review the body of literature about the functioning of the postural control system in dyslexic(More)
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